|A Little Noise in the System (Em078) - Graham Dunning|
Graham Dunning is a sound and visual artist based in the UK. His sound sources include field recordings pressed to dubplates; modified records; adapted playback equipment such as reel-to-reel tape players, turntables and Walkmans; found sounds, especially discarded footage of peopleâs home recordings; home made electronics and circuit bends; broken cymbals and other metal objects; and inexpensive delay units...
Keywords: noise; soundart; art; sound; music concrete; turntables; blood moon; graham dunning; electronic musik; music; soundscapes; futurism; futurist
|The Moebius Trip (Em079) - Noise Club|
Noise Club - The Moebius Trip The Moebius Trip is Noise Club's first full-length album. It represents the culmination of their artistic development with a sound world that is entirely their own. The album envisages entire worlds, built through sound colour: a symphony for the modern age. In mathematics, the Moebius strip is a surface with only one side and one boudary line. It sounds impossible, yet the reality is so simple: take a strip of paper, twist it half way around and connect the two en...
Keywords: noise club; id of mobius; electronica; music concrete; avant garde; art; soundart; sound; experimental; industrial; sounds of industry; dystopia; futurist; futurism; dada; dadaist
|Scatter Graph (Em092) - Fonik|
Previously available as a limited edition cdr from Electronic Musik. Recorded in St Brides Church, Liverpool UK as part of a Frakture Concert in 2007. The piece was completely improvised. The piece starts very, very quietly so dont be deceived when playing on this page that nothing is there ! Digitally recorded by Harry Gallimore. Harry Gallimore - electronics Ian Simpson - prepared lapsteel www.myspace.com/fonikfonik www.myspace.com/electronicmusiklabel
Keywords: fonik; noise; industrial; liverpool; ambient; sound collage; music concrete; electronica; improvised music; free improvisation; stockhausen; electronic music; musik; dada; futurist; futurism; synthesizer; prepared instruments; lapsteel
|Music for Film V ep (Em114) - Noise Research|
Soundtrack from the short film 'Film V' with an alternate (longer) mix. Noise Research Noise Research is the project of UK Sound Artist / Musician Ian Simpson. Noise Research has material released on the Electronic Musik (UK),A.M.P. (Mexico) Rift Recordings (UK), Clinical Archives (Russia) Earth Monkey Productions (UK) & Bivouac (China) labels. Albums / ep's currently available are * The Liftshaft EP (also known as Nuclear Liftshaft) * Split with Barbarians * Noise Research I * Noise research II...
Keywords: noise research; electronica; soundscapes; noise; music concrete; stockhausen; amm; electronic musik; electronic music; fonik; noisescape; collage; hardware hacking; circuit bending; tone generator; futurism; futurist; john cage; pure data; raw data; soundtrack; film v; dada; pollock; coil; nuclear paranoia; 1950's atom bomb; dystopia; ballardian; ballard; high rise; dystopian